The Life of a Buddha
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Prince - Siddhartha Gautama lived in the walls of a perfect town, no dead or homeless men. His father - Chandha protected his son from the fears of life, such as death, illness and and many others. Siddhartha was not to know about about these.
One day the prince wanted to go beyond the wall, his father lied to him and told him its just the same as in here. He spoke to his butler about it and he said that its alot different then here. The prince decided he would go out. When he arrived at a town, to his horror, he saw a man sleeping on the floor with one blanket - the homeless. he then saw a humble old man with grey hair - old age.
He and his horse continued to walk, they saw a man throwing up - sickness. Finally they saw the worat of them all - death. This sight made them immediately turn round and head back home. The prince wasn't to sure how to feel about this.
Going Forth- he leaves his town and will not return untill he finds the true meaning of life.
He tried to push himself to the limit because a group of villagers said its the only way to become a real man. He said he would stave himself, he only ever ate one grain of rice a day.
He now is the buddha under the tree, and will always be there.
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